Meet Ebere Azumah.

Ebere Azumah, MD, MPH, ACC, FACOG is a board-certified Obstetrician and Gynecologist, Public Health Professional with a focus on Community Health Education. She is a Certified ICF Life Coach, Organizational Consultant, trained Project Manager, International Professional Speaker, Bestselling Author, and Blogger. She is the Co-Founder and President of Love your Menses, Inc.

Dr. Azumah is also the Founder and Chief Executive officer of Azumah Solutions LLC a company that provides personal and professional coaching, consulting, and staffing solutions to her clients. She also hosts and produces a monthly educational program for an international audience named Healthy and Uplifted. An edited copy of these monthly webinars can be found on her Youtube channel called Healthy and Uplifted. 

Dr. Azumah is a three-time author of the following books: The Warrior Women Project: A sisterhood of immigrant women and a Barnes and Noble Bestseller; Mya Learns about Menstruation a menstrual education book for young menstruators and Jonathan and the Hole in his Shoes a book that discourages bullying in schools. 

Dr. Azumah has many interests but one mission, to empower and to motivate people (including herself) to flourish and to live their best lives while flowing through life unapologetically.



I like TGS because of the numerous networking activities provided for members. There is the entrepreneurial circle etc.

What accomplishment are you most proud of?

I am excited to have launched my own coaching and consulting company called Azumah Solutions LLC. We have been hosting and producing Community Programs for almost a year for free, now I am launching some paid classes. So it is exciting.

what’s one hidden skill or talent that you possess that people might not know?

I love to braid hair. When I was a teenager, I use to help my aunty at her store in Detroit. Through working with her, I learned a lot from older women giving advice on life. I believe I still enjoy going to the beauty salon because of the relationship that is built there.

What is one piece of advice you’d share with your younger self?

Never fear the journey, no matter the hardship that awaits God always prepares you for them and has a way of escape. Hence, don’t live in fear but in abundance.

Connect with Ebere on her website.